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a Whats All l What the Time m Sports A A U HEAD TALKS AGAINST OUTLAWS TbeSporfof of Salt Authority Lake J I
Failed to Show Speed in Oakland
Handicap Some Popular
OaklarJ Dec 30 Foggy and threaten
ing weather prevailed at Ere to
day and the track was muddy Per
nand was an oddson favorite for the
Latriop handicap but did not show the
sped he had in his last race Hamper
won tioin Binocular I
Jim Gaffney heavily played won alii
the w iv in the third
Jockey Glass was suspended for his
lide on Arasee yesterday and the race
is sill under investigation Results
F1rt raee five and onehalf furlongs
eelllngSamotta 104 Cohurn 1 to 5 won
Aleti poiiUn 110 Vesper a to 1 second
Vickt W7 Cotton to 1 third Tlme
1 i < JB J Banorella Silvia Fir Dixie Dix
on ranirey Biased Calopus and Kl
Mol iui finished as named
Sei und rap six furlongs selling Sal II
vagi 11 Denny even won Little But
ter ni > l7 Cross 1 t 1 second Colonel I
Jack luH Mentry 7 to 1 ndi TIIf
116 J f Pifkaway Anna May Paciuo
Burning Bush Illusion Btmay and tsur
tty iiiuh < u a nam > d
Thiri rae mile and a sixteenth sell
Ing Jmi Gaffney 1 Coburn 13 to 5
won Ji sxvale 10 Oiobh 2 to 1 second
John 1 mis 10 VIIT 9 to 2 third
inkI i X U5 Bishop W and Dr Mayer
Jinltil as named
Fnh race five fui longs Hamper 9
Kedi 4 to 1 won Binocular 88 Jahsen
4 tc 1 1 soolid Fernando 115 Martin 7
10 li third Time l0u 33 Spohn Father
VO ns and Rapid Water finished as
Finn Kue mile selling Belmere 10P
Dug in U to 5 won Silk Spring 109
Vosji i to 1 second Cocksure 10 Mon
roe in 1 t 1 third Timt 141 45 Roy
Jun u Aftermath Novgorod Wapa
PeA Y 0 Neal and Jun Hanna finished
as n inn d
Sixth ia > e Futurity course selling In
elemt nt Hi Monroe u t 1 won Cres
tonl lnt > Miller 8 to 5 second Boas 10
Radik t 10 i third Time 1JA 36 Bisk
ra MUit Montrose May Button Mar
burg Emma G Mlcaela and Captain John
Jinis ul as named
OakIiui I Vc > 30 Entries for December
31 at j iiiryrille
irt ri c five furlongs twoyearolds
l > rl Imtia 122 Uit of Fortune 122
Dagia 12 I Pride of Lismure 122 Presen
ilent l Sal Atticuni lfl Cantem 10
Dm tI < los Phosithoi us 107 Barney
fast i lu4 Babe Neel lu4 Herlina 10
S l laie six furlong all ages sell
Ing hi Aui 3 BiUiho lZ Escama
tlo 1 Tit lS I 129 Sir Bart 128 i
lett I I Duly Myer 11 Yhor 120 Mel
tons lU Silver Grain 1 Menndora
10ft I 1111 uos > ta 0
Thml 1 Jan mile and twenty yards all
apes dlinMoss Back lib Kermit Ill
ilau Mil Ill Tnit 111 Silver Line
I 111 susu ill Lady Kittv 10S Sink
Sprint lti Blanche C 1 < Ki Flavigny 10
Midi i h i 104 1 Delimu M
Fo nh t race seven furlong Elmira
hami P t oy earolds Turret 10
Soni 1111 Lady Elizabeth 101 Daddy
Gip ini Raleigh 100 P D 100 Redeem
1 < Ed llie Gianev 8S Coupled
Fit race mile and twenty yards all
ages volltig My Pal 111 yar 111
halir j 1 H ua pala 111 Trocha 10
Horn i loc Litholin 10 Wolfville 10
tpcLI l IMurv 10 Gretchen G 101 S
Athei ll Right Sort 10
Sixth mce futurity course threeyear
olds and up selling Marvel P Ill Grace
f Ill Lanlta 10 Fredona 10 Saloray
Jane 107 Ornate 107 Banrose 10 G
np = r I 10 Birth 10 Belle Farrow 104
hietle 1 Belle 10
Net yIk Dee 30New York head
Quart rs i of the A A U have received
nffici notification from the Amateur
th h t IVderation of Canada that at
I a nu ftlng ivently held in Montreal the
leder n officially disbanded and is now
a pat ut a nrw body that will govern
syorth in Canada ser
Tl action leaves th A A U with
out Canadian alliances In the future
American athletes desiring to compete In
t ana must apply for a permit there
A and A mu also have the permission of the
New Yik > i D 30The Brighton Beach
Racing utsociatlon intends to play an 1m
1ortimt pan > in turf affairs next year
Plant fo a large number of new stables
have been prepared and work on them
will b begun at once
A iwnfi r ac e of tb Brighton Beach of
ficial hus ben called for next wek to
tiiscuts iii ins for next season and a member
ber i if the state racing commission will
probitbl 1 > > pns nt
+ Seat i Wash Dec 30The di 4
4 rector of the Northwestern Base
+ ball Itigue yesterday decided to i
+ make no further effort to retain a
+ club i the Portland territory I is
f probaH that a cluh will b placed
fin Buiu Mont although no d f
+ clskm was reached in this regard
+ + + + + t + t + +
XeY Yrk Dec 30 Pennsylvania won
the ek voth annual chess tournament to
lay i UtWn two students each
JY etudn ech from
Hrowi < on ell and the University of
I Penny yaL Cornell won two games
In th t ril round The final score
Peni ilvania won S lost 1 Cornell
won 5 lost 2H Brown won none lost
Pennsylvania takes th championship
end the trophy
All the newest uowl
ties in overcoats reef
ers caps hats and suits
for the boy All ages
all sizes and all priced
the Siegel way rIover
S 228230 Main Street
If I
Notice to Water Users x
Lake City Utah December 31 1909
Notice is hereDY given that Charles D
Harding whose postoffice address is Salt
Lake City Utaj baa made application
In accordance with the requirements of
the Compiled Laws of Utah 1907 as
amended by the Session Laws of Utah
1909 to appropriate one 1 cubic foot
per second of water from Little Moun
tain springs Salt Lake county Utah
Said springs are situated at a point which
lies south 17 degrees 14 minutes west 6438
feet distant from the northeast corner
of the southeast quarter of section 33
township 1 north range 2 east Salt Lake
base and meridian The water will be
diverted at the place where it issues from
said springs and conveyed by means of
a pipe line for a distance of 1500 feet and
there uaed from April 1 to September
15 inclusive of each year to irrigate 18
acres of land embraced in section 84
township 1 north rarge 2 east Salt Lake
base and meridian As much of said wa
ter as may be necessary will be used
during the entire year for domestic pur
poses This application is designated in
the state engineers office as No 2717
All protests against the granting of said
application stating the reasons therefor
must be made by affidavit in duplicate
and filed in this office within thirty 30
days after the completion of the publica
tion of this notice
CALEB TANNER State Engineer
Date of first publication December 31
1909 date of completion of publication
January 31 1910
Notice to Water Users
Lake City Utah December 31 1909
Notice is hereby given that Thomas A
Starrh and Wilford Allen whose postof
fice address is Salt Lake City Utah have
made application in accordance with the
requirements of the Compiled Laws of
Utah 1907 as amended by the Session
Laws of Utah 1909 to appropriate seven
7 cubic feet per secon1 of water from
North Dry creek Salt Lake county Utah
Said water will be diverted at a point
which lies 9000 feet east of the east quar
ter corner of section 23 township 3 south
range 1 east Salt Lake base and me
ridian from where it will be conveyed by
means of an iron pipe line for a distance
of 9150 feet and there used from January
1 to December IT inclusive of each year
to develop power for the purpose of elec
tric lighting and propelling machinery in
Salt Lake valley Utah After having
been so diverted ad used the water will
be returned to the natural channel of the
stream at a point which bears north 45
degrees 45 minutes cast 2 200 feet distant
from the southwest corner of section 23
township 3 south range 1 cast Salt Lake
base and n ildian Tlis application is
designated in the stat > ngiu rs office
as No 26U3
All protests against the granting ol said
application stating the reasons ther for
must be made by affidavit In duplicate
and filed in this office within thhy 30
days after tho completion of the publica
tion of this notice
CTtB TAXTI Enginfr
Tat if nt Ii i 1 > yntr i 1
lJ 9 1 lilt A i m ipuuu vl 1 iLLiticji1 I
January Qt l 1
Notice of Trustees Sale
Whereas On the 1st day of October
1902 Lillian Nelson made executed and
delivered to the Houston Real Estate In
vestment company her certain promissory
note in writing dated on that day where
by she agreed to pay to the order of said
company on the lat day of October 1906
the sum of 00 with Interest at the rate
of 7 per cent per annum and
Whereas To secure the payment of sad
promissory note the said Lillian Nelson
on said day made executed and delivered
to the undersigned C W Johnson as
trustee her certain deed of trust here
by she conveyed to the undersigned aa
trustee the following described property
situated In Salt Lake county state of
Utah towlt Lot 13 block 1 Bias
First addition to Salt Lake City which
said trust deed was duly witnessed and
acknowledged and was on the 4th day of
October 1902 recorded in book 5E of mort
gages page 511 of the records of the
county recorder of Salt Lake county
Utah to which records reference is here
by made for the provisions of said trust
deed and
Whereas Said trust deed provided
among other provisions that should said
Lillian Nelson fall or refuse to pay said
debt or the Interest thereon or any part
thereof when the same shall become due
and payable then the undersigned at the
request of the legal holder of said note
may proceed to sell the property at public
endue to the highest bidder at the west
rront door of the court house at the coun
ty t seat of Sait Lake county Utah for
cash first giving twenty days public no
tice of the time terms and place of sale
and the description of the property to be
mid by advertisement at least once a
week in some newspaper printed and
published In the county of Salt Lake and
upon such sale to execute and deliver a
deed in fee simple of the property sold to
the purchaser thereof and
Whereas The Indebtedness represented
by said promissory note became due on
he 1st day of October 1906 and there is
now due thereon and unpaid the sum 01
ISOO with Interest thereon at the rate of
7 r per cent per annum from October 1
1909 l and
Whereas The legal holder of said note
has requested the undersigned to sell said
property as provided for in said trust
Now therefore In accordance with salt
request and of the authority in me vested
by the terms of said trust deed and on ac
count of the default in the payment of
said debt I hereby give notice that I i
will sell said property at public vendue I
to the highest bidder for cash at the west I
front door of the court house the city
and county building at Salt Lake City
Utah at twelve oclock noon on Friday I
the Slat day of December 1909 i
Dated this 9th day of December 1909
Trustee I
Stephens Smith I Porter attorneys
court of the state of Utah in and for
the county of Salt Lake Probate divi
sion In the matter of the estate and
guardianship of Joseph Daft a minor
The undersigned will sell at private sale
on or after the 8th day of January A D I
1910 the following described property An
undivided thirteen three hundred and fif
teenths 13315 interest In and to the fol
lowing described property Commencing
sixtyfive feet north from the southeast
corner of lot one block sixtynine plat
A Salt Lake City survey and running
thence north sixteen onehalf feet west
one hundred six and onehalf feet south
sixteen onehalf feet east one hundred
six onehalf feet to the place of begin
ning and written bids will be received
at No 611 McCornlck building Bait Lake
City Utah Terms of sale cash ten per
cent accompanying bid and balance on
confirmation of sale by the court
Dated December 27th A D 1909
M H KRIEBEL Guardian
Dan B Shields attorny for guardian
court in and for Salt Lake county Stat
of Utah Orson A Chaffee plaintiff vs
Alice E Chaffee defendantSummons
The State of Utah to the said defen
dant You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after the service
of this summons upon you if served with
in the county in which this action is
brought otherwise within thirty days
after service and defend the above en
titled action and in case of your failure
so to do judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demands of the com
plaint which has been filed with tne clerk
of said court This action is brought for
the purpose of dissolving the bonds of
matrimony heretofore and now existing
between said plaintiff and said defendant
Attorneys for Plaintiff I
Postoffice address Rooms 20234567
Herald building Salt Lake City Itah
stockholders of the Citizens Coal Co for
the election of officers and directors for
the ensuing year will be held at the of
fice of the company 153 South Main
strfft Salt Lake City It lh on Monday
Jamit 10 l JW <
v at 2 oclock M Hi
I < JJ
Salt Lab city Dec 11 j I
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
has been used for TEARS by MlLLl I i
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists in every part of th world B i
ore and ask for Mrs Winslows Sooth
Ing Syrup and take no other kind
Twentyfive cents a bottle GUARAN
Temporary Opening
of the
Closes again Sunday at I
midnight I
Squirt Goopi
I I Tp On
Ow t unavoidable de
lays we a unable to
have ou Formal Opening
Rte I
1I 1i i I
Ticket OB sale from Utmk I
etta Jan I 9 T ad 8 LlMlt
Jan 1
Oltr TMct Otde Ml M aa I I
When You More
Do It Quickly
Our facilities a complete In de
tail Service I prompt and satis
factory a trial will MaY Ju I
J J Cl WatsH Trlslr CO I
o 1 J 495
gpeefol I
This Week
Ladles biRe aa Mnek riot top
button sad lac Blacker tf > 4 fiC
Blaeler2 65
I value p < fcawO
124 Main St
I Iln conrideae diet cousji
C k t > S
New York De 30 Harmony out of discord and more compact organization out
of disruption a new national and international birth for sport is what James K
I holds Sullivan In store former president of the American Athletic union believes the future r
All these controversies he said today referring to the breach between the
east and west in golfing tennis skating and some of the leaser departments of
national sport are much to b regretted but mark this They will all result in a
cleaner and broader basis for athletics In this country
u L
Aiuiuugu UUB winter ass neen more WI
session than in several years I i Mr
Sullivans firm belief that th present
sectional division of sports will constant
ly broaden toward the national ide And
one necessity to effect this growth he
sport holds is a supreme court of appeals in
There are three or four millions of
people in organized athletics of all sorts
in this country said M Sullivan and
the center of that athletic population is
constantly moving westward
mov wewar
West to Front I
Thirty years ago I was concentrated
in and around New York but we have
been forced to acknowledge that the west I
is rapidly effecting a balance in the coun
trys athletic Interests
The A A U this year had its na
tional championships in Seattle in the
coming year they will be held In New
Orleans and a Chicago man Is now pre
ident of the union These concessions
came naturally and have resulted in gen
eral benefit to sports
We must have and shall have some f
day a international board of full con
trol with international rules and regulations
I was evident at the headquarters of
the Eastern Amateur Skating association
E Sting aiaton
today that there was much indignation
over a report from Chicago that the In
ternational Skating union h eliminated
I from the governing body of skating
That announcement is premature said
President J C Hemment of the eastern
Nevertheles Mr Hemment was noti
fled tonight by Fred H Tucker jr secretary
rotary of the International Skating Union
of America that the Eastern Amateur
Skating association had forfeited its mem
bership in the international union for fail
ure byTucker to comply witn orders or to parent
Tucker In Charge
Secretary Tucker in his letter said that
he has been placed temporarily In charge
of all contests formerly controlled b the
eastern attn
Edmund Lamy whO disqualification
by th eastern association precipitated the
present disagreement will start at scratch
in races t be held on January 8 WO At
Saratoga park Brooklyn under the
auspices a the international union
Mr Hemment took the position that the
whole dispute which has now developed
into a fight originated in the alleged fail
ure of Emund Lamy the national skating
hamplon to pay 35 cents registration
je in the Eastern Skating association
The fact that the western association has
broken off relations with the eastern body
I completely ignored here
We shall continue to send our skaters
west said President Hemment and
shall continue to recognize westerners
here But I the matter of th Interfa
tlonal unions rights in this case of Lamy
you may rest assured that we shall fight
to the finish
Tennis and Golf
Though the tennis and golf situations
have developed no new phases in th
last few days it is evident leaders say
that the breach between est and west
is wide Especially I would appear th
if the National Lawn Tennis association
which ieets here soon does not recognize
nine the western demand for a clay court
national tournament the weteiers will
Mr Sullivan i Inclined to favor the
western attitude though the matter is ad
mittedly A U outside the jurisdiction of teA I
New York Dec 30 President Cor t land Field Bishop of the Aero club of Amer
ica announced this afternoon that he would sanction the aeroplane meet at
L Angeles commencing January 10 with some modifications of the program
He will start for L Angeles in a few days
The modifications President Bishop will
suggest will Include the elimination from
the program of the crosscountry balloon
flight and the proposed contest of diri
gible balloons between Los Angeles and
San Francisco The prizes offered seem
to stipulate that the contestants must
reach a definite goal
Mr Bishop contends that as no dirigi
ble balloon attained anything like suc
cess in the recent offer of a 110000 prize
for a flight from New York to Albany
it would not be reasonable to suppose a
dirigible could make three times the dis
tance from Los Angeles to San Francisco
We have received a mass of informa
tion from the Los Angeles officials said
Mr Bishop and everything seems sat
Isfactory with the exception of a number
of contests which are probably uiaa I
vlsed through the lack of experience I
This II the first aeroplane meet which
II to be held in America and in such mat
ters we do not know exactly how t pro
ceed We must protect the foreign avia
tors who are licensed pilots else they
cannot compete in contests when they re
turn to Europe The same rule must
hold for our own pilots
I have received assurances from many
of the most responsible men and commer
cial bodies of Los Angeles that every reg
ulation of the Aero club of America and
of the International Aeronautical federation
Lion will be met no matter what
ton wi met mater arrange
ments may have been made on the ad
vance program That is all we expect aI
shall start for Los Angeles in a few
days i
Chicago Dec President Ban B
Johnson of the American league today
named as the schedule committee of that
organization Charles A Comiskey Chi
cago F J Farrell New York and Pres
ident Johnson
Johnson said the committee would fight
hard for the 154 games schedule The
schedule committees of the two major
baseball leagues will meet at Pittsburg
late in January Comiskey following his
appointment on the American league com
mittee asked that Hugh Duffy now man
ager of the Chicago American league
team be permitted to serve in h place
This request probaoly will result in the
gathering of a the managers and um
pires of the league here at the time of
the February schedule meeting to discuss
proposed changes in thj rules
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Sprlngville De 30Last evening
In one of the speediest games of basketball
ketball ever witnessed on the local
floor the Pleasant Grove high school
defeated the local high school five by
a score of 37 to 25 The local team
played a hard consistent game but
was outclassed by the fast visiting
The team work of the Pleasant Grove
five was a feature of the game The
lineup was a follows
Pleasant Grove Sprlngville
W WestIt F Alleman
J WestL F A Boyer
WarnickC Waite
RasmussenH G Price
E West L G Packard
Referee West 1 D S U umpire
Rose B Y U
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden D SO U Anderson who 1
scheduled to meet Stanley Karp In a
wrestling bout here during th Wool
Growers convention arrived in Ogden
tonight to take up final training He b
arrane to take on several local wrest
lers In practice touts between now and
the time of the big bout Ferguson the
crack wrestler of the local fire depart
partner ment will b Andersons chief working
Much interest i being manifested In
the preliminary bout between Ferguson
and Dale Dean of th Salt Lake Y M C
A to the which AndersonKarp will be held bout immediately prior
Cincinnati Dec SO President Thomas
J Lynch and Secretary Heydler and
Man John T Griffith of the Cin
cinnati club constitute the new rules
committee appointed by the National
league These men will hold a series of
meetings In New York In the next few
weeks and recommend certain alterations
In the rules The alterations will be con
sidered by the sat at their meet
Ing in February
Milwaukee Win D JO Bat 4
tHug Nelson lightweight champion f
pugilist said today that if Wolgast
< would not fight bun before Hesters f
club In S Francisco there would 4
b no fight f
It looks to me as if he is a bit f
afraid said Nelson Wolgasts
excuse o not being able to hold the 4
4 fortyfiveround fight is all bosh I f
f have assurances from Hester that f
4 he ha obtained permission to hold +
the long battle in Friaco and Ill take f
f his word for i f
San Francisco Dec 30 Thomas Jones
manager cf Ad Wolgast the aspirant for
lightweight championship honors arrived
today but Hfired that his visit had
nothing t i do wth th offer of Sid Hestei
the local pr i nt fr I > a battle h tvs en
Wolgast and liaiii I N nn i tl him I
plon Ht f t r r Uua I litin idituoli I 1 i
considered by Nelson J
Pete Sullivan spent a busy day at his
training quarters at the Manhattan Ath
letic club rooms yesterday He went I
through the usual work on the road in
th morning and the gymnasium stunts
in the afternoon taking on some of the
aspiring amateurs with the gloves
Siugy Galacher one of th amateurs
who will appear in the club bouts went
Pete fast enough to make the clever
lightweight look to his guarding cver
Jo Burns manager of Bird Leg Col
lins made the trip to Ogden yesterday
to see how his man was getting along
Collins h quarters at 320 Twentyfifth
street and his first workout was attended
by a big crowd
I never saw Collins work better said
Burns He is in great shape and his
boxing has improved 2 per cent Sul
livan will find him pr the hardest
man he has met The boys are going t
back Collins to win
With the close of the year today the
duck hunter drops into reveries for the
duck season ends today For months to
come the devotee of the art of bringing
down the fowl will have to content him
self with his past seasons record and
looking forward to the next season
Local sportsmen have been busy the
last day or two and members of the gun
clubs and Individual shooters have
been finding a good excuse for a day
off during the holiday season B T
Clark one of the most enthusiastic of
them all caVe in last night with GO birds
t account for two days shooting on the
Great American desert Ben is one of
the cracks but admitted like many of
t heothers that bagging the game since
the cold spell has been something of hard
work and modestly admits that i takes
limit some shot t bring in the days legal b
With the cold weather the birds have
been scarce for some weeks
Portland Ore Dee 30In a no de
cision tenround contest here tonight
Monte Attell ot San Francisco bantam
champion of the world won the deci
sion of the house over Jimmy Carroll
also of San Francisco The champion
ha rounds the better of the first champon
I At Jacksonville I
Jacksonville Fla De 30 Grande
Dame was the only favorite to win at
Moitcrief park today The big upset was
in the third race Tim McGrath heavily
played favorite w left at th post I
then looked like a sure thing for Lasalle
but in the stretch run Sally Preston a
1 to 1 shot made a great run due to
go riding by McCarthy and won Sum
First race five furlongs selling Hori
zon 1 to 1 won Clem Beeohy 6 to 1
101 second Scruples 1 to 10 third Te
Second rac six furlongs 8Dng
Grande Dame 4 to 5 won Hooray I to
1 second Many Colors 8 to 1 third Time
Third race five and a halt furlongs
selling Sally Preston SO to 1 won Geo
W Leobolt 4 to 1 second Lasalle 5 to
2 third Time 10836
Fourth race seven furlongs selling I
Ballot Box 13 to 5 won Otilo 4 to 1
second Robe I to S third Tme
130 3
Fifth race mile selling Paradise
Queen 7 to 2 won Cowen 1 to 1 second
Furnace 9 to 1 third Time 144 M
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth sell
ing County Cleric 4 to l won St Joseph
1 to 2 second OberOn 6 to 5 third
Tlmel 15
Manager Downing of the Manhattan
club says that th Monday night card
will consist of five fourround goes be I
tween the best amateurs to be had here
One of tho headliners will b a match I
DPween Kin Wright and Kid Frazz
tw > ruaN of Inner standing for th light
i n y lUT FOUOflS The full card will te
announced today i
Cincinnati D 80 Garry Herrmann
chairman of the National Baseball com
mission and president of the Cincinnati
club acknowledged today that step were
being taken to stop the leak whereby
the Intentions of clubs in the National
league to release certain players have b
come public
He stated however that the matter
was without the Jurisdiction of th corn
I mission tional league since I concerned only th Na
I President Lynch of the National league
I I has taken charge of the Investigation
I May Be Philadelphia
Chicago Dec 30A Pittsburg special
to the Tribune says
Magnates of the National league are
I indignant because of the leak that ha
developed in the last two weeks regard
1 ing the asking of waivers o players about
to b disposed of
This seepage h been traced t Philadelphia
delphia it is claimed and from a high
source i was learned that steps will betaken
taken by the national commission to close
it up
li The recent bulletins affecting th ask
ing of waivers it Is said by at least three
cub officials all come from Philadelphia
I During the last week there b been
I considerable correspondence exchanged on
this subject by the various club presidents
I dnts
Chicago Man Gives Five to ou on
Big Fellow Fans Await
Chicago Dec 3GThe first bet of any
size recorded in Chicago for the Jeffries
Johnson battle next July was recorded
when Harry Frasee the promoter of the
JeffQotchRoller tour wagered J6000 on
Jeff against 4000 on Johnson A prom
inent local broker took the Johnson end
Last night a representative of Frasae
announced that the promoter was ready
to take another wager of the same
amount or any part of it
For some reason and through som
mysterious sources every now and then
a knock i sent throughout the country
on the big fellow said Curley who is
with the Jeff show There is absolutely
nothing To the reports about Jeffs break
down his ailments his
many aiment dissipations
and all the other wild stuff that is pread
around every once in a while
Next Saturday night at the Coliseum
fans will have their chance to size up
Jeff They can judge fo themselves then
as to whether he is going upon the butcher
er block for execution or enter a ring
to win back the title for the white race
I Je had the least doubt over the out
come he would not fight Johnson for all
the money in the United States treasury
Jeff is sincere when h says he returns
to the ring t win the title back for
the white rac The money end of the
game is not much of a temptation for
James J Jeffries
Jeffries act in which he appears at
every performance includes every training
stunt used in preparation for a big bat
tle In fact Jeff during his work ac
tually trains for th bout
James J Jeffries thinks the world and
all of James J Corbett To Corbett be
lays the success he h attained in the
fight world
Meets Weber Aoadeiny Tonight and
Has a Big Game With Y M
The University of Colorado basketball
team arrived In Salt Lake
are St Lke yesterday
from Lent The men put in the first
easy day of their trip and t rest was
gladly received Today they go t Ogden
to meet the crack Weber academy five
returning to Salt Lake for the bit game
of their trip with the Y M C A Sat
urday afternoon
The team i in charge of Coach Castle
man and Manager Androus Dr Walter
Runge the former crack football and basketball
ketball man and a member of two All
America football teams i also with the
team He will referee the game against
the Y JA C AWhile gme
While the team members had nothing
to say about their defeat at the hands of
Lehi other than a hard trip on the cars
slippery they did say that the floor was a little
With the rest here and a regulation
floor to play on we expect to give the
Y M C A a great game said Coach
Castleman last night We have a good
team and despite the great
tam deplt Fet reputation
for fast play that the Y M C A has
we expect to win We will have no excuses
cuses i we a defeated We expect a
go game tomorrow night with Weber
The Y H C A team is still having a
hard run of luck in the way of injuries
to some of its best players Neithei
Gunn nor Blomquist payer on the
team will be able to play on account of
sickness and injury This will leave the
brunt of the guarding to b done by
Hoistngton Hammond is not in the best
shape and it is doubtful If he will b In
condition to play his best game Saturday
Aside from this the other players are in
tiptop shape
sap the big game the Y M C
A second team and the Granite High
school team will clash in 8 preliminary
It game will b called oclock at 2 p m and the big
I At Tampa I
Tampa Fla D IRe Hussar
backed down from t to 1 to 8 to 1 won
th feature event at todays races The
coldest weather in two years prevailed
wer Ye prevaied
but a large crowd was present Orlandot
who was cut down In yesterdays race
w destroyed this morning Results
First race five furlongs Tom Dolan i
to 5 won Dredger 8 to 1 second Male
con 10 tI third Time 10625
Second race five furlongs selling Col
Zeb 5 to 2 won Vanadium 8 to 5 sec
ond Alvese 3 to i third Time 106 25
Third race five furlongs St Deiniel 2
to 6 won Lou Lanier 10 to 1 second
Autunrw Girl 2 to Z third Time 105 45
Fourth race five and a half furlongs
Fundamental even won Alice Mack S
to 1 second Serenade 4 to 1 third Time
113 Tme
Fifth race seven furlongs Warren
Griswell 3 to
Griswel 1 won Canoplan even
second Charlotte Hamilton 6 to 1 third
Time 1 34
Sixth racE mile selling5Red Hussar
8 to 1 Lillie
won Lile Turned 4 to 1 second
ond Cassowary 4 to 1 third Time 140
Vancouver B Co Dec 30BasIl Sawers
the Vancouver rugby player who was In
nirpii in the game with the University of
Cpllforiiia tam was found to b suffer
ing with a fractured skull at the general
UubpiuU today
Althoucrh he has regained consciousness
his condition is rerard as serious
Chicago Del 30 Indoor soccer foot
ball is the late > st thing in University of
ChicAgo athletic Coach A A Staps
nill u I tioilu i t1 N innovation early T Ofl
r i in oiJr i > tryout tae new aUc
in advance of the season
New York D 3The annual ranking of lawn tennis players of the United
States for the last season was issued today William A Lamed national champion
pion again d at the top and in a class by himself
In the singles list the work of the ranking committeD D P Hawk Uni
versity of Illinois Urbana IlL chairman Beats C Wright Boston Hawk F
Watson Jr Orange N Jcame as a surprise although i Its main features the
tabulated singles list always the most important is regarded as the best that ever has been
The unexpected happened when Wallace
F Johnson University of Pennsylvania
found himself In third place That he
richly deserved his station was the opi
ion of the experts yet th two Callfor
niane M E McLoughlin and M H Long
because of their positions on the Davis
international cup team were regarded as
sure of a rating within the first f1e
Instead N W Niles Harvard and
R D Little complete the small but hon
ored group at the top MclAughlin and
Long gup i sid had hardly accomplished
sufficient ranking work to entitle the to higher
H H Hackett and N B Alexander na
tional champions lead the doubles As
challengers 1C E McLoughlin and G J
James follow with the Harvard pair
Miles and Dabney next In some quarters
there Is a feeling that this arrangement
has worked an injustice Inasmuch as
many believed T B Fell and W C Grant
had won enough tournaments to lift them
into third place Altogether 9 players
low were ranked In singles The pyer
Singles Ranking 1909
Class 1 owe M of 1 No1 Lamed
W A 1808 1 Lne
Class 2 ow 1 < 4 of li No 2 Clothier
W J4 1 4 15 3
Class 3 scratch No 3 Johnson W F
1 1 No 4 ln N W I No5
Little D B I No 9 McLoughlin M E I
No7 Long I H
Class 4 16 of IfiNo 8 Behr Karl 1 I
C No s Lat B P No 10 Leroy I
Robert t No 1 Palmer R H 10 No
1 Bundy T C
Class 6 2S of 5No 1 Colston P C
No 1 Touchard F G 13 No IS
Pell T R 1 No 16 Imnan P C 2 1
No 17 Emerson Nat 7
Doubles Class 1
NotH H Hackett and F B Alexander
der 1908 ranking 1
Class 2 owe 14 of 15No 2 M E 10
Loughlin and G J James
Class 3 scratchNo 3 X W Nile and
A S Dabney jr No4 H H Hack
ett and R D Little No i W A L
ned and E D Wrenn 6 No 6 R D Lit
tle and E R Lamed No 7 W J
Clothier and W F Johnson
I At Juarez II
Juarez Dec JO Knlielu heavily piayed
easily won the fourth event the feature
of the card today Schilling had the
mount and after allowing Arch Oldham
to make the pace to the stretch sent E
me attch
field into the lead and won by on length
The time for the five furlongs was 100 16
Five favorites were defeated The r
First race selling five furlongs Bus
tern 1 Rice I to 1 won Mike Mollett
100 McCahey 6 to 1 second Jim Brady
10 Pickens 8 to 1 third Time 1 01
Alva B Dave Montgomery Good Intent
C A Leiman High Culture and Geneva
also ran
Second race selling six furlongs China
Belle IG Small 9 to 2 won Seasick
106 Taylor 7 to 1 second Almena 1
Austin 7 to I third Time Lit Frock
less Prods Succeed Gerona and Lady
Adelaide also ran
Third ra selling seven furlon
Cheswardine 10 Small 8 to 1 won
Himalaya 10 Molasworth 18 to L sec
ond Gunston 9 Ramsey 10 to 1 third
Time 127 35 Arcourt Sabado Hands
Around St Kllda The Thorn Orasud
duth Mudsisbee and Proletua also ran
Fourth race five furlongs Enfleld 112
Schilling 9 to 10 won Sugar Ma4 9
J W Wilson 7 to 1 second Jolly 9
McCahey 8 to 1 third Time lip 16
Marchmont Arch Oldham Dr MacK Ga
Unda Caesar Augustus and Dick Wind
sor also ran
Fifth race selling six furlongs Posing
10 Kennedy 10 to 1 won Mlnnetote
100 J Wilson 4 to 5 second Ina Gray
106 Small 9 to 1 third Time 113 35 1
Gladys Louise Ardent Sad News and
Little Sis also ran
Sixth race selling mile Tremargo 106 i
Kennedy 5 to 2 won Bun 10 J Wil
son even second Landlord 0 Goose I
I to 1 third Time 142 Coat Cutter En 1
graver Marmorean Vesdas and Dales
m ran
H Juares D 30 Entries fo December
First race a furlongs Hollow 1
Gresham Convenient Maxnal Florence
Myers Tillinghast Don Hamilton Ori
My Tlngbt Dn Hamtn I
flamb Pastorius 107 Deuce 106 Vir
ginia Lindsay 102
LDy 10
Second rac five furlongs May Day
Camera D Smoot Lord Clinton Jud
ith Page Roland Bob Lynch Fusileer
Fairmont Pineapple 110 Santasia Gun
dia 10 4
Third race five and a half furlongs I
force 113 Seven Full Lomonde IN
Fire Ball 109 Ocean Queen Dick Rose I
10 Pelleas Yohoome Golden 10 Cas i
sar Augustus 10 Light Knight 102
Minnie Bangert 9 1
Fourth race six furlongs Cull John I
Sparks I Nugent Hidden Hand 1
G Eckert K la mesh a I Bonnie Reg Bill I
Bramble Myrtle Dixon Hannibal Boy I
10 Beaver Dar L 105 Bertmont 101 I
Fifth race five and a half trlon
Stundstan 106 Mike Molett Brunhllde I
10 Kyle Slscus Rio Peoas 10 Dixie 1
Gm Alarmed Catherine Scott 9 1 I
Aunt Nancy 9 I
Sixth race selling one mile Bonnie
Prince Charlie Arcourt 10 Dainty Belle 1
Niblick Wolferton Sensible 106 Light
house Dr Dannie Knight Blu 10
Brougham WIneberry 9
Apprentice allowance J
Kansas City Dec 30The tenround
boxing contest between Willie Gibbs of
Philadelphia and Teddy Peppers of Kan
sas City was declared off tonight
T men were to have met New Years
afternoon Peppers failure to post his
forfeit money Is given as the reason
The contest between Fighting Dick
Hyland and Cyclone Johnny Thomp
son set for January 10 also has been
called off Owen Moran probably w
appear here a out January IS
+ Chicago Dec 80If many of +
t the ball players in the big leagues +
follow the example of Frank +
+ Smith the husky twirler uf the +
+ White Sox the leagues will have +
+ to declare proceedings suspended +
+ around the time of the Jeffries f
4 Johnson fight Frank declares he f
+ will take a two weeks vacation +
+ around July 4 to be at the ring
+ + side says no matter what the manager t
+ 4 + > eSC4 4t4 i + + +
Philadelphia D SOMrs Annie Sri
ton Taft sisterinlaw of President Taft
and the wife of Charles P Taft of Cn
cinnatl is the new owner of the PhiL
delphia National league baseball ground
The deed and lease fo the proper wei
filed in City hall late this afternoon and
show that Mrs Taft and not her hu
band has title to the grounds
John I Rogers and A J Reach formal
owners of the grounds transferred tik
title this afternoon Charles W Murphy
president of the Chicago National leigiit
club represented the purchaser who ws
announced as CbarUs P Malt
The purchase price was not given or 1
but papers filed with the reoord i
deeds show that th price was > uw >
The Philadelpaia National league > ase
ball club is given a lease on the grounU
for ninetynine years with the pr
o buying the plot at the tpiiitiu i 1
twenty years
Cincinnati Dec 3 Assuming that Mi
Anne Staten Taft h husband Ch uu 4
P Taft a Charles W Murphy rl o in
terested in more than one club n t
National baseball league It I anno net i
that they will be expected by at test i
faction in the league to dispose of ti
holdings in either th Chicago < > r n
Philadelphia National league ol lb i i
to the opening of th baseball sot >
Commenting on the purchase ly > Mi
Taft of the grounds of th phllad < ii > i > <
club August Herrmann president I > t 1
National baseball commission saii t
I knew several days ago that Idh > t
step W to b taken There I u inv
ent no rule In the National leagu > > r
prevents any one from owning t < k I
two clubs but I think if Taft ant Mm
phy do not sell the Philadelphia < l h >
fore the opening of the 1M0 seaco th
will b asked to do so
I believe that Taft purchafl i
Philadelphia club as an in vest IE CM HL
intends to lease the grounds to the pi
ties to whom the i lub is sold
Neither Mr Taft nor Mrs Teft coult
b seen tonight lut the opinion was n
pr by baseball experts that no <
ons controversy would ariee

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